It’s dangerous to eat dinner alone, here, take this Zelda N64 cake and have some dessert. It not only has Link and Zelda, but it also features an edible console with an equally edible cartridge and gamepad.
One of my guilty pleasures growing up were the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Though I’m not sure that I would have wanted Michaelangelo, Leonardo, Donatello, and Raphael crashing my wedding reception with their sword- and nunchuk-wielding antics.
Check out this awesomely detailed Chewbacca cake that also looks a bit like Bigfoot. Hopefully it won’t taste like hairballs and make you cough up fur like your cat. Normally, I would be afraid of a Wookiee pulling my arm out of it’s socket, but I could eat this thing all day long and just laugh at how it can’t kill me.
Ah, the old SNES controller. How many hours have you spent mashing buttons and entering cheat codes on this controller? Me, I can’t even begin to count them. Now you can have your controller and eat it too, with this awesomely geeky SNES Controller cake.
Poor Boba Fett. He came to a pretty lame end by falling into the Sarlacc pit. His jetpack didn’t even help him. Well, if you love that classic Return of the Jedi scene, you can recreate it by making your very own Sarlacc Bundt cake.
The Avengers have assembled once more. This time as an awesome and complicated tea cake courtesy of Nerdache Cakes in New Jersey. This edible Marvel masterpiece is adorable and extremely elaborate. It was made for the owner’s niece!
I’m really looking forward to checking out Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie. Early buzz is that it’s pretty great, and I just love Burton’s dark humor and animation style for his latest Disney flick. While we wait to get to the theater to check it out, why not relax and enjoy some cupcakes?
Dexter returned for another season last night, and I haven’t watched it on my DVR yet – so don’t tell me what happened! The show is known for its gory kill-room scenes with its anti-hero serial killer/vigilante Dexter Morgan as he does in his victims.
Over the years, we’ve featured some pretty incredible cakes (and cupcakes) here on Technabob, but to date, we’ve never seen one that had projected, interactive images on it. Well, Disney, being Disney, has been working on the idea for a few years now, and recently was awarded a patent for the technology.
The patent abstract reads as follows:
A method for digitally augmenting or enhancing a food product such as the surface or top of a cake or other edible object.
Sometimes you can’t just pick one favorite character from the Star Wars movies. Who says you have to? At least that’s the idea that one baker had when creating what could be the most awesome Star Wars cake ever.